Red Red Wine
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Khim cooks me a pancake for breakfast and we eat with his brother's family. The eldest daughter is made ready for school and we take her part of the way before w head for the bus/taxi stop. Khim's brother's children attend the boarding school in Nayapul (not a boarding school but a private school) which costs 2000 Rupee a month. Khim tells me he will send his children to Boarding school so thay can learn good English.
One of Khim's neighbours has a bad rash on his face and yestyerday he asked me if I knew how to cure it. I have no idea of course but offer to take a picture and send it back to some people I know in Melbourne.
In Nayapul we manage to find a taxi share and are back in Pokhara shortly after 11. As we come into Pokhara we pass a long queue for petrol, so it seems the petrol crisis in Nepal has worsened whilst I have been away.
In the afternoon I hav a hot shower and find some clean clothes. I run into Aukje in the street and in the evening we also meet Ine who is also just back from her trek. Afterwards Julie and I go to the Moondance restaurant and we have steak and a bottle of red wine.